What is World Thinking Day?
Since 1926, Girl Scouts and Girl Guides around the world have spent February 22nd thinking of each other and expressing thanks and appreciation for Scouting around the world. February 22nd was chosen as it was the birthday of both Lord Baden-Powell (who founded Boy Scouts) and his wife, Olave Baden-Powell, who was the World Chief Guide (for Girl Guiding & Girl Scouting). On World Thinking Day, girls from around the world learn about other cultures and (in most countries) make small donations (traditionally pennies) to the Girl Scouting/Guiding movement.
Here are the details:
Where: Holy Rosary (630 7th Ave N, Edmonds)
When: Saturday, February 20th, 2016, from 9:30 a.m. until noon
Who: Girl Scouts, individually or in troops. Troop leaders/parents are responsible for ensuring that they have sufficient adults to meet Girl Scout girl:adult ratios. All participants must be Scouts. Activities will be designed for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors, but all ages are welcome!
Cost: $5 per girl (and for any adults who wish to earn a patch)
Registration deadline: January 20, 2016 for participants who wish to earn the WAGGS patch (above). Late registrations will be accepted until February 12, 2016, but the international patch may not be available. In this case, late registrations will be awarded the GSUSA Thinking Day Patch.
To register: Mail the form below, with a check, to Girl Scout Troop 41002, c/o Heather Fitzpatrick, PO Box 1839, Edmonds, WA 98020.
Questions?: Contact Heather Fitzpatrick Sturgill, Troop 41002, at email@example.com.